From Triage Documentation
What is Triage Messaging?
Triage Messaging is a universal messaging application that works with leading trading platforms. With Triage Messaging, you can send important messages to any phone, mobile device, instant messenger, e-mail, fax, Twitter™, Facebook™ and Flickr™ accounts. Whether you are at a meeting, in your car, walking down a street or taking a break, you will always have access to important trading information directly from your trading program.
Currently Triage Messaging supports NinjaTrader, MultiCharts, TradeStation and Sierra Chart.
Triage Messaging supports sending messages to:
- Your phone as a text-to-voice message
- Your mobile device (such as a cell phones), PDA or Ultra-Mobiles
- Your instant messenger (such as Yahoo, MSN, AOL, Gtalk and ICQ)
- Your e-mail bypassing hard to configure SMTP and traditional mail programs
- Your RSS news reader (such as FeedDemon)
- Your fax machine as a text page
- Your Twitter™, Facebook™ and Flickr™ accounts
Many traders use Triage Messaging for sending:
- Trading account details
- Important news and information
- Trading signals and decision support
- Prices and indicators
- Important market events and trading computer status
With Triage Messaging, traders solve some of these difficult problems:
- Internet service providers block their e-mail SMTP standard port.
- Getting an alert or wake-up phone call while away from the desk.
- Receiving real-time information from their trading platform with an instant messenger.
- Sending messages to a group of traders no matter where the traders are located.
- Send important trade messages to multiple devices at the same time to ensure delivery.
- Adding sophisticated messaging to their trading without the need for a programmer.
- Informing themselves when their trading connection or data are down.
- Getting messages from multiple computers on multiple or remote networks.
- Keeping an online history of alert and messages from trading platforms.
- and many more problems…
Triage Messaging can send messages to over 200 countries around the world using highly reliable messaging servers and multiple communications gateways. You only need to learn a few simple messaging functions. This User's Guide will show you how to get started.
Important Information and Disclaimer
This User's Guide demonstrates how Triage Messaging sends messages from your TradeStation program to your phone, mobile device, instant messenger, email, fax, Twitter™, Facebook™ and Flickr™ accounts. This Guide is published by Triage Corporation, Ltd. ("the Company"), and may not be reproduced without the expressed written consent and permission of the Company. The Company does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy of the information contained in this document.
Triage Messaging is a wholly owned software product of Triage Corporation, Ltd. Triage™ and Triage Messaging™ are trademarks of Triage Corporation, Ltd. No warranties or guarantees are implied or stated in regard to the accuracy of the software, data or services delivered through Triage Messaging, TradeStation or any add-on programs.
TradeStation®, OptionStation®, RadarScreen®, EasyLanguage®, PowerEditor® and applicable trademarks referenced in this guide are registered trademarks of TradeStation Technologies, Inc. Neither TradeStation Technologies nor any of its affiliates has reviewed, certified, endorsed, approved, disapproved or recommended, and neither does or will review, certify, endorse, approve, disapprove or recommend, any trading software tool that is designed to be compatible with the TradeStation Open Platform.
The user fully understands and agrees to the Triage Corporation Terms of Service Agreement found at: . Under these terms, you agree to all restrictions and rules of sending messages through the Triage Messaging Network. The user assumes all risks described in the terms of service agreement.
We suggest the user run the most recent versions of Microsoft Windows, though Triage Messaging is compatible and fully tested on Windows XP, 2003, Vista and 7. Triage Messaging has also been fully tested on Microsoft Windows running on VMWare, Virtual Box and Virtual PC. You must also have Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later installed on your operating system for full software compatibility.